Bridges West Transitional Housing Program

Our Bridges West Transitional Housing Program helps homeless families and individuals rebuild their lives. At our 22 unit facility, we provide safe, temporary housing to participants for up to 24 months.


Participants work with an on-site case manager to resolve the issues that led to their homelessness, and to create a customized plan to exit the program to their own permanent housing.


We link participants with:


  • Basic needs resources
  • Educational and career opportunities
  • Health/mental health care
  • Budgeting assistance
  • Other community services, as needed

The combination of secure housing and case management services allows homeless families and individuals to stabilize, make progress toward income/employment and self-sufficiency goals, and transition into their own permanent housing upon program exit.


All homeless families and individuals interested in Bridges West must first complete a Coordinated Entry Intake Assessment. Contact Institute for Community Alliances (ICA) at 833-739-0065 to complete the Coordinated Entry Intake Assessment.


For more information about the Bridges West program, call 712-252-1861 ext. 107.